This tutorial guides you through the basic steps for using direct row handling to synchronize data in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with MobiLink clients. This tutorial uses a Java implementation as an example.
This tutorial shows you how to implement MobiLink direct row handling so that you can use a data source other than a supported consolidated database.
You can use direct row handling to communicate remote data to any central data source, application, or web service.
For more information about direct row handling, see Direct row handling.
This tutorial shows you how to synchronize data in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to remote clients.
SQL Anywhere 11
Java Software Development Kit
Microsoft Excel 2000 or later
Familiarity with Java
Familiarity with Microsoft Excel
Basic knowledge of MobiLink event scripts and MobiLink synchronization
You gain competence and familiarity with:
The MobiLink server API for Java
Creating methods for MobiLink direct row handling
Accessing data from a Microsoft Excel worksheet using Java
MobiLink code exchange samples are located at http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1058600#319.
You can post questions on the MobiLink newsgroup: sybase.public.sqlanywhere.mobilink.
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